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I'm writing a program in visual basic 2010 express and i have a combo box. in that combo box there are 3 selections 20 25 and 30. at first i had a percent sign in front of each but i wanted to take it out... so i took out the percent sign in the designer mode but when i debug the program the combo box still has 20% 25% and 30%
I have many hours into this program and would hate to restart... please if anyone has any ideas on how to fix this it would be very appreciated

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Are you populating the combo boxes with code if so, check your code? if not, just remove the combobox and add a new one & fix the properties.

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im not converting anything i add the three items using the little black arrow on the combo box...

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there isn't any code. when you click on the combo box and then the little black arrow in the little box appears i want 20 25 and 30 also i changed a label from save to percent saved and the form didnt do the change when i debugged the form.......

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also i started a brand new project and copied the stuff over but it didnt work either

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on top of all of that i am unable to debug more than one time on any program after restarting, reinstalling, doing everything that i could to reset any settings....

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Seems like you have code somewhere that populates the combobox.. =p mind zipping up the project and pm'ing it to me and I'll take a quick peek.

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now it happens to all my programs... i can only debug it once and then it will only load that last debug and no change can be made to it even though code or forms are edited...

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got it fixed now. There was a setting changed. For anyone with the same issue this is where you have to go to fix it:

Debug > Options and Settings > Debugging > Edit and Continue > uncheck the top box

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